I am an unemotional being in human design. The solar plexus is the centre that controls emotion in human design, and my solar plexus is undefined.
A defined solar plexus means that the energy in that area is consistent, and the person is an emotional being. Their emotions are their own, and the emotions come in waves.
However, when a centre is undefined in human design, it is a centre that reflects and magnifies the energy of others.
Because my solar plexus is undefined, I am fairly stable emotionally, if I stay away from people. I don’t wake up feeling a particular way, and can go through my day in a fairly neutral state. I must admit that I love it.
Yet, because my solar plexus is undefined, when I am around other people, I pick up on their emotions. I reflect their emotions and I magnify them.
Quite often, my emotion will change very quickly, and with a lot of intensity, and I don’t even know why. Now that I know my human design, I understand this far more, and am able to realise that it’s not my emotion, and let it go.
My husband has a defined solar plexus, so he is emotional. I often find myself magnifying and reflecting his emotions back to him, which is not great because we end up spiralling. But now that I know that I am unemotional, I know that what I am feeling is actually what he is feeling. It helps me be more sensitive and understanding towards him, and I realise it’s his stuff.
If I get angry when I get home after work, it is often because he’s angry. Now I know it’s not because I’m annoyed with him, or because of anything in particular. In fact, the angry is not even mine. I am picking up his emotion and amplifying it back to him.
In my early journey into human design, this has been one of the most helpful aspects of my learning.